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The Houston Chronicle reporting after months of preparation & speculation, former TX Governor Rick Perry [R] said Friday he'll announce next month whether he again will be seeking the White House in 2016. The answer's almost certainly yes! Perry, who stepped down on January 20th after 14 years in the TX Governor's Mansion & leading the nation's largest Republican state, for months has been laying the groundwork for a 2nd White House bid. On June 4th in Dallas, Perry's expected to make it official. "America is facing a time of testing, & it's clear that we need principled leadership & an optimistic vision to see us through after 8 years of the Obama administration," said Perry's wife, Anita, in an email to supporters after revealing on Twitter that she & her husband had "been discussing the future of this great country & how our family can play a role." The "major announcement" was scheduled for 11:30am to 1:00pm, in the state's 3rd-biggest city. No other details were available. Reaction from y'all ladies & gentlemen on Perry's 2nd campaign for the White House?
Looking more & more likely former TX Governor Rick Perry [R] is campaigning for the White House again in 2016, but the bigger question is how far will he get to the nomination in order to gain traction ? http://abc13.com/politics/perry-back-on-national-stage-/537561/ http://www.rickperry.org/
Later this afternoon, outgoing 3-term Governor Rick Perry [R] will be delivering his farewell address to a joint session of the TX Legislature at 2:30pm inside the TX House of Representatives chamber. http://www.texastribune.org/2015/01/15/farewell-speech-perry-encourage-compromise http://www.ktrk.com/ http://www.kxan.com/ The Perry's are moving out of the TX Governor's Mansion they've called home for 14 years. On Tuesday, he'll leave the mansion for the last time! Any thoughts ?
Ladies & gentlemen, tomorrow is inauguration day for Greg Abbott [R] as TX's 48th Governor & Dan Patrick [R] as the state's 42nd Lieutenant Governor, both being sworn into office at the State Capitol steps. Afterwards, a BBQ luncheon as well as an inaugural parade (first parade since 2003) & finally: the inaugural ball at the Austin Convention Center later Tuesday night. http://abc13.com/live/ http://kxan.com/live-stream/ What's everyone's thoughts on Abbott as his family moves into the Governor's Mansion?